Translation of pernickety in Spanish:

pernickety

Pronunciation /pərˈnɪkɪdi//pəˈnɪkɪti/

adjective

British

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    • This is partly due to the demands of an increasingly pernickety international audience ‘who get easily bored.’
    • That was how pernickety she was when it came to driving.
    • But is a rescue really the time and place to become pernickety?
    • She is no longer pernickety about her house and her possessions.
    • I do not wish to seem unduly pernickety but the point may have some relevance in future cases.
    • But it's a pernickety view for a dating agency to take.
    • Needless to say, there were a few of my pernickety readers who were quick to point out the folly of my ways.
    • At last, those of us who are pernickety about our food can come out of the closet.
    • I thought he was just being pernickety, but I'll not argue in future.
    • This is especially important for veggie or fussy diners who are pernickety about kitchen hygiene or the authenticity of their dishes.